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The last date listed for The Smithereens was Friday August 10, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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Take in the crisp autumn air and awesome views of the fall foliage as Circle Line sails up the scenic Hudson River to historic Bear Mountain in upstate New York. Once there, you'll have the opportunity to spend the next three hours exploring this beautiful area, which includes hiking trails, an ice-skating rink, the Trailside Museums and Zoo, Iona Island Estuarine Reserve and Bird Refuge, Perkins Tower, the Merry-Go-Round and pavilion, and the Bear Mountain Inn. The annual Oktoberfest begins September 13, 2014, and offers great German food and beer, live bands and craft vendors. Admission to the festival is free. After your visit, you'll enjoy another ride back down the river as dusk descends. Learn More
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this was a great way to spend a hot summer night! i went with 4 other people and we really enjoyed ourselves. the smithereens are a great band--really tight--and seeing the manhattan and jersey skylines at nighttime was truly majestic.
the circle line is by no stretch a luxury cruise, but it's upbeat and the crowd is fun. uncomfortable seats, but i stood most of the time.
the 2 downers were that the area where the band played was super hot and semi-enclosed. camera, audio and video crews ate up most of the space, too, so band sitelines were rough. but i understand they need to keep the sound more contained in there. other bummer was the outside PA speakers were not turned on, so you couldn't hear the band as well in the outer deck.
none of that really mattered, though--there were monitors set up, beer was accessible, and the crowd kept their head.
i would do another rock the river cruise if i liked the band!
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The Smithereens were excellent & entertaining as was the boat ride itself. However, actually seeing the band perform was very frustrating unless you were one of the few that stood in front of the band which seemed to only fit about 30 people or...continued